An innovative new cutting tool is to be unveiled at the FESPA Digital 2012 wide format print trade show, reports Output Magazine.
Manufacturer, Summa is to use the event to showcase its V-Cut tool, amongst other tools that are associated with its F series flat bed cutter.
The V-Cut device will allow wide format printing specialists to cut materials at angles of 45, 30, 22.5, 15 and nought degrees, creating an eye-catching design.
The machine can handle a range of materials, up to a thickness of 18 millimetres, including, Large Format Review says, reflective material, foam board, rigid paper composite board and banners.
They will also be showcasing "electric oscillating, kiss-cutting [and] creasing cut out tools", which could be of great interest to those in the industry who would like to be able to offer consumers a wider range of finishing effects.
The well-renowned and highly respected equipment manufacturer will also demonstrate the Summa S Class and SummaCut machines at the show, alongside the DC4 thermal printer-cutter.
The company will be joined by Spanish partner, Rotutech to answer any queries.
FESPA Digital 2012 takes place from 21 to 24 February in Barcelona and is described as "an educational programme designed to encourage printers to look at the wider opportunities for their business."